Jess Hurd

East London

Gathering Storm

Storm clouds gather over Canary Wharf, East London.

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Hackney Urinals

Hackney urinals with ferns. East London.

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Gawber Street Festival

The Gawber Street Festival, possibly London’s smallest street festival. Tower Hamlets, East London.

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Post Mela

Bengali youth celebrate when the police say the will leave their estate after the Mela, Whitechapel, East London.

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6 Billion Ways – Exhibition

Making Another World Possible

Saturday 28th February – 10am-Midnight – Rich Mix, London E1 6LA

I have been asked to exhibit my ‘Global Rebellion’ photographs at this event. You can register for free here

”6 Billion Ways is a day where the arts meet ideas, discussion and action to explore the causes and find solutions to these interlinked global crises.
Including discussions on: the financial crisis and economic alternatives, conflict and liberation in Palestine and Iraq, climate catastrophe and building a green new deal, the future of feminism, the impact of Obama on race politics, when resistance is successful and how to change consumer culture.

With international speakers, films, music, and a chance to learn and practice new skills, 6 Billion Ways is your
chance to get inspired and join local and global networks building a better world.”

Trick or Treat!

Young Bengali children Halloween trick or treating. Tower Hamlets, East London.


Hackney council housing which has been part boarded up awaiting regeneration for more than ten years..and a lovely shade of orange the boards are as well. E2, East London.

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